AUTHORS

Jim Burns

Jim Burns is President of HomeWord and Executive Director of the HomeWord Center for Youth and Family at Azusa Pacific University. Since 1985, HomeWord has been assisting parents and churches worldwide through radio, resources, and seminars. Jim speaks to thousands of people around the world each year. He has over 1.5 million resources in print in over 25 languages. Jim’s radio broadcast is heard on... learn more

Dr. Kabran Chapek

Dr. Kabran Chapek has been a staff physician at Amen Clinics since 2013. As a graduate of Bastyr University in the Seattle area, he is an expert in the use of functional and integrative treatments and collaborates extensively with many of the Amen Clinics physicians. He has a special interest in the assessment and treatment of Alzheimer’s and dementia, traumatic brain injuries, PTSD,... learn more

Craig S. Chapman

Craig S. Chapman spent thirty years managing dual careers in telecom network sales and the U.S. Army/National Guard. As an author he has combined his lifelong passion for historical research with his expertise as an infantry officer to write a Civil War history, More Terrible Than Victory, and a World War II biography, Battle... learn more

Dianne Christner

Dianne Christner enjoys the beauty of her desert surroundings in Phoenix, Arizona, where life sizzles when temperatures soar above 100 degrees. She and husband Jim have two married children and five grandchildren. Before writing, Dianne worked in office management, in admissions and as a teacher's assistant in a Christian school, and owned an exercise salon in Scottsdale, Arizona. Her first book was published in... learn more

Linda S. Clare

Speaking to the Wounded Heart Linda Clare’s passion has always been for the less fortunate among us—from rescuing stray cats to writing about broken hearts, shattered dreams and the powerful hope that no matter what happens, God will never abandon us. Much of her understanding comes from her own life, first as a child surviving polio, then learning to accept with joy her loved... learn more

Clingenpeel, Paige

Paige is a Licensed Mental Health Therapist, with a passion to help youth and their parents navigate the world of adolescence. Paige has spoken all over the nation for parenting groups, family ministries, youth groups, women’s retreats, professional counseling conferences, Christian radio stations, and youth retreats. She has worked on TV, radio, and web-based media. Paige is a contributor to the women's marriage and... learn more

Dr. Arnie Cole

As a pioneer in the field of research, Dr. Arnie Cole has spent most of his professional life tracking trends of human behavior and developing programs that can help people achieve their full potential. In his current position as CEO of Back to the Bible and Director of R&D for the Center for Bible Engagement (CBE), Dr. Cole spearheads spiritual encouragement operations as... learn more

Wayne Cordeiro

Wayne Cordeiro is the founding pastor of New Hope Christian Fellowship in Honolulu, Hawaii with over 11,500 in weekend attendance. New Hope is also listed as one of the top ten most innovative churches in America with Outreach Magazine listing them as one of the “top five churches to learn from.” Wayne is a church planter at heart with over 124 churches planted in... learn more

Barry Corey

Dr. Barry H. Corey became the eighth president of Biola University on July 1, 2007, officially launching the celebration of the university's centennial year. He succeeded Clyde Cook, who retired as one of the longest-standing college presidents in the nation, serving Biola for 25 years. Programs developed under President Corey's administration at Biola include the Biola University Center for Christian Thought; the Center for... learn more

Chris Corning

Chris Corning has quickly made a name for himself in both slopestyle and big air. He won his first World Cup in 2015, has two World Championship medals and two World Cup titles, and throws down some of the hardest tricks on the competition circuit. Chris made his first Olympic team in 2018 and just missed the medals with a fourth-place finish in... learn more

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